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. ultimately fighting gave way to training, a base of operations in california at the hollywood gym now world renowned. his mother has become part of the care. >> hi, how are you? >> good. you? >> i'm good. >> his mother barbara has become part of the fabric here. >> i spent a lot of time in gyms when their father worked. after all those years when i came back here, it's like home. it's like coming home, you know. the smells are familiar and the people are familiar. it's just a nice place to be. so, it's a big part of my life, a big part of their life. a big part of our lives. >> the walls of the gym are lined with commemoratives of the hall of fame career. but 2012 has been undeniably difficult. with not only pacquiao's loss to bradley in june but also defeats of his other elite fighters. khan and chavez jr. with khan subsequently fired roach from his corner. >> i'm wondering if i'm losing my touch. i had a run there for like six years where at least five years where i only lost like three fights in that entire time. now i've lost like three in a row. it's not easy. you know, you sometimes c
california air. his mind goes to places no one else can access. only he knows what he brings back. back at the gym on vine street, afternoons are hardly as placid. every move the fighter makes is closely monitored. and today, the cameras have multiplied. >> hello, anchl, and welcome inside the wild card boxing club in hollywood, california. >> a live production is under way at the gym. as the afternoon workout is being streamed across the world. including the heart of new york's times square. >> pacquiao barely seems to notice the chaos around him. by this point, he's well used to surprises at the wild card. often in the form of onlookers who want a peek at the champ at work. >> very difficult to keep everybody out of the gym. there's a lot of friends, a lot of family. takes management. we have to treat every situation individually. doing the best we can. >> bold-faced names tend to be allowed through the ropes. like on recent visits, actor and boxer aficionado mark wahlberg. former world champion evander holyfield, and basketball greats charles barkley and reggie miller. >> a special d
. ultimately fighting gave way to training. a base of operations in california, at the hollywood gym now world reknown. >> how are you? >> great. >> his mother, barbara has become part of the fabric here. >> you know, i spent a lot of time in gyms when their father worked. after all those years when i came back here, it's like home. it's like coming home. you know, smells are familiar, and the people are familiar. it's a nice place to be. so, yeah, it's a big part of my life, it's a big part of their life. a big part of their lives. >> the walls of the gym are lined with hall of fame career memories. but 2012 has been undeniably difficult. not only pacquiao's loss to bradley in june, but defeats of his other elite fighters. with kah subsequently firing roach from his corner. >> it's been a tough year, i'm wondering if i'm losing my touch. i had a run for six years, five years where i only lost three fights in the entire time, now i have lost three in a row. it's not easy. you know, sometimes you can't sleep at night and it bugs me so i know losing is part of life. but i hate to lose. >> decemb
. one was here in california with meg whitman, and one was nationally. romney clearly had more money than obama for most of that campaign, and in both cases, the one with the most money lost. >> isn't that great? >> what does that tell you about the american people? >> the people are getting smarter. they're going, i don't like all this amount of money spent on this election. campaign finance reform is very important, and i hope somebody does something about it. you should have a given amount, equal amount, equal air time, and that's it. that idea of corporations being people. no, no, it's not -- this is a country of, by, and for the people, not of, by, and for the corporation. you know, it's like -- because i'm so against gmos, the modified food, and i'm so against lobbying by chemical companies, lobbying, and that proposition 37 was bad, and that's scary because the poison in our foods and in the air and they give discretionary polluters. we are having climate change. the republicans don't seem to want to acknowledge that. it's a major problem. you have to be a democrat to understa
of california running for the senate and the chair -- the ceo of hewlett-packard. a serious woman as opposed to palin and the race in 2008. if he took a serious woman, he might have hosted a chance, i think. >> on obama, i mean, he ended up fighting a campaign that was pretty skillful on the ground where it mattered in the swing states. probably why he won. but you would say he didn't live up to the prams that he gave us four years ago. what does he have to do now? he can't face another election. what do you want him to do to show fulfillment of that promise? >> i think what i want him to do and what i think needs to be done are to some degree separate things but i do know that we have had a lot of programs, government-funded program that is represent both sides of the aisle. both sides want everything they want and found a way with this congress over the last several years to get much of what they want and we bought it on credit. and the time has come, because we have enormous debt and raise taxes and pay the bill. >> my gut feeling is, i think the argument of the moment, see the republican
and california most of my life. i was raised in nuke and certainly a lot of people there still do feel that way and i do forget there are so many parts of our nation that feel that way pip think a lot of it is really lack of knowledge. >> something extraordinary happened on tuesday as voters in colorado and washington state said yes to legalizing marijuana for recreational use. it's a stunning move. >> when you last did an interview with this show, larry king was the host. >> yeah. >> and you admitted to him halfway through that you were actually high at the time, you had infused yourself of some marijuana. so i've got to ask you the question, have you come similarly infused today? >> what's today? >> it can be any day you like. >> did you have wake up this morning and have a quick, you know? >> i probably did, i probably did, if i remember. you know, that short term stuff. >> do you take a lot of it? >> i think some people have more tolerance, you know, for smoking pot than others and i know people that can take one hit and just go to sleep completely and other guys that can smoke a lot. me an
outside the school. the jewish community center in california, there was a 6-year-old student at jcc and he was shot in the leg and he joins me now. there's another jcc survivor and he survived the tragedy aurora and killed in the tedly shooting at the empire state building. >> i imagine with any mass shooting what were your feelings? >> it's -- it's impossible to put words to what i really feel. it's a mixture of sympathy and disgust. and my heart goes out to those families and there are people who have gone through the same thing and who understand what are you going through, and immediately what i thought was just that i wish that there was something i could do to help them. but, you know, in reality, it's a helpless situation. >> mindy, you survived what happened to you. when you hear the raging gun debate, which will be particularly vociferous in light of this appalling act today. do you think that tougher laws should be brought in to try and do something about this? >> you know, i do. i think josh and i and everyone in our community in this weird family we have, survivors of gu
picture from the mass shooting in 1999. from a jewish center in california. we have a victim of the shooting, joins me now. and we have another jcc survivor, and a survivor of the tragedy in aurora, and the brother of a shooting at the empire state building. welcome to you all. let me start if i may with josh. this must have brought back awful memories for you today, as it does i would imagine whenever there is a mass shooting in america. what were your feelings? >> it's -- it's impossible to put words to what i really feel. it's a mixture of sympathy and disgust. and my heart goes out to those families and there are people who have gone through the same thing and who understand what are you going through, and immediately what i thought was just that i wish that there was something i could do to help them. but, you know, in reality, it's a helpless situation. >> mindy, you survived what happened to you. when you hear the raging gun debate, which will be particularly vociferous in light of this appalling act today. what do you think? do you wish what happened after you and jos
by the people in the teachers' union in california to think about selling stocks in companies that ont guns. when economists and people who have to care about serving the interests of their stockholders start making these decisions, it generally reflects a change in attitude. now, where i disagree with my friend and former student jeffrey toobin, i think although the supreme court rendered a decision on the second amendment, it left open a tremendous amount of room for reasonable regulation. and i think if congress has the will to do something today, i believe the courts, with some exceptions, will uphold any reasonable regulation. the 7th circuit just the other day struck down a very broad statute which said no loaded guns in the city of chicago, but implied that if it was limited to schools, if it was limited to other areas it would be upheld as constitutional. look, anything that we do will clash with either possibly the second amendment or the first amendment, talking about restrictions on video games which a lot of the conservatives are talking about. or locking people up, based on pre
at the same time that california has been plunged into storm after storm in the last week and you see new york last month had the worst hurricane it's ever endured and so on and so on? how do you explain that we're getting so many of these freakish weather patterns if at the same time you've got all this extra co2 in the atmosphere and all those people now guzzling up power and energy and emitting gases that weren't there before. surely that is evidence, isn't it? >> no. you go to the peer reviewed literature. are you looking at anecdotal evidence. basically global warmists like bill nye say global warming will cause many bad weather events and guess what? bad weather events happen all the time so people look and say look, there's more proof, there's a bad weather event. bottom line, big tornadoes, f-3 and larger since 1950s have dropped dramatically. bottom line, we've gone the longest period without a major u.s. category 3 or larger hurricane hitting the u.s. since 1900, maybe the civil war. bottom line, new study in the journal nature, peer reviewed, no change in u.s. drought in the last 60
to address one simple test. when a child stands up in oakland, california and a child stands up in a more affluent area and they say those five words, liberty and justice for all, we are still in a country that's working to make that more perfect union that makes those words real. we all should feel like we should be thinking what can i do in my life to best serve that ideal. >> booker for president any time? >> president of the new jersey "star trek" association? >> of the united states of america. >> because i will definitely volunteer to be a trekkie of the united states. look, it is irrational and takes a massive amount of chutzpah for anyone to say when there has been 40 plus human beings in the history of the united states that have been president of the united states. to me that is not even in the realm of consideration right now. my focus right now is trying to continue to fight to do the things that i think benefit my residents. i have 100,000 plus residents that depend upon things like a s.n.a.p. program and these are the kind of things i want to stand up and fight for, issues t
in washington. very unusual, people from washington and california calling and saying we want to help with this. it's got to stop. i even had one man who was a member of the nra who said i have an ar-15, and i'm going to get rid of it. i'm a hunter, and i want you to do something about these assault weapons. so i'm going to do my level best to try. i did it once before in 1993. we sat down and we wrote a bill, and that bill passed the senate. chuck schumer introduced it in the house. it passed. it was not amended. it was passed. and it went to the president. president clinton signed it, and it was the law for ten years. and over time, it began to wind down the supply of these weapons. and particularly the clips, drums, or strips of over 100 bullets. i mean, you have to realize the person that went into that heater in aurora had a drum with 100 bullets in his assault weapon. fortunately, that drum jammed or else he would have had 100 clear shots at people sitting in seats in a movie theater. now, here you probably had this man fire more than 100 bullets. i mean, we've just heard where no child h
. a similar picture from another mass shooting in '9959 a jewish community center? california. a 6-year-old was shot in the leg and i am joined by mindy finkle stein. welcome to you all. let me start, if i may, with you. this must have brought back awful memories for you, as i does whenever there is a mass shooting in america. what werer your feelings? >> it's impossible to put words to what i really feel. it's a mixture of sympathy and disgust. my heart goes out to those families. and there are people who have gone through the same thing and who understand what they are going through. immediately what i thought is i wish there was something i could do to help them. in reality, it's a helpless situation. >> mindy, you survived what happened to you. when you hear the raging gun debates, which i'm sure will be particularly vociferous in light of the appalling incident today, do you wish after what happened to you and josh that tougher laws had been brought in after that to try to do something about this? >> you know, i do. i think that josh and i, and everyone in our community in this wei
was here in california, one was nationally but come any clearly had more monday than laum, along with money lost, war does that tell you about the peern people? >>s people are saying i don't like all this money spent on this election. i hope somebody does anything about temperature you hud havin that idea of corporations being people. no, no. this is a company of, by and for the people. not of, by and for the corporation. you know, lights -- -- gmos, the modified foot, like chemical cup the bad because the poison in our foods and in the air and they give plewes. we are having climate chang. the republican don't seem to want to acknowledge that. you have to be a democrat to stand that or to believe in that. >> you have ever been in love with a republican? >> never. >> could you ever be? >> no we never talked about politics. but i can't quite imagine it, no. >> what would have been the prouest moment for you is when lae rhyme taught so tackly. >> absolutely. that's great. >> what else? >> what else has he done? >> caller: yeah, that your tuckly or pe in my concert tour, my limited concert tou
. at least he would have got -- >> if he went from meg whitman in california who ran for the senator and the chair of the ceo of hewlett-packard he may have won. if he took a serious woman as opposed to palin in the race in 2008. if he took a serious woman, he might have stood a chance, i think. >> obama, he ended up fighting a campaign. it was pretty skillful on the ground where it mattered in the swing states. did you say dent live up to the promise he gave four years ago. he can't face another election. what do you want him to do to really show fulfillment of that promise that we felt? >> i think that i want him to do and what i think needs to be done are to some degree separate things. i do know that we've had a lot of programs, government funded programs for years now that represent both sides of the aisle, both sides want everything they want. and both sides have found a way with this congress over the last several years to get much of what they want. and we bought it on credit. and the time has come because we have enormous debt where we have to raise taxes and pay the bill. >
in the weather center at cnn. thank you. >>> a snowboarder killed in an avalanche in northern california. his body was found at the bottom of a ridge in three feet of snow at donner snow ranch. officer reports said he was buried for five hours. paramedics tried to save him but it was too late. >> we told ski patrol we're missing a guy, we're missing a guy and they didn't start looking for him until two, three hours later. >> they did an initial courtesy search around, didn't find anything. we're concerned for safety reasons because of the unstabilize that's up there. they kind backed o.nobody else was hurt. a u.s. airways crew smelled fuel while their empty plane sat parked in phoenix. when they checked it out, they saw flames shooting out of tail. fire crews put it out. nobody was hurt and no flights were delayed. a small engine under the tail was probably the source of the problem. the plane was supposed to head to vancouver. passengers were put on another flight. >> and the president is on the links. lawmakers are on a break and as santa slide down the last few chimneys this morning, a goo
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